Chelsea Janes, Washington Post

Chelsea Janes

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Recent articles by Chelsea:

Sen. Kamala Harris defines her story as a potential presidential campaign nears

The California Democrat is hawking a book and a curated image, in hopes of introducing herself in a favorable fashion to much of America → Read More

Democratic donor Tom Steyer, a vocal supporter of impeaching Trump, is not running for president

Steyer, 61, has been one of the party’s most prolific donors, contributing more than $230 million in the past three federal elections. → Read More

After four years covering the Nats, goodbye for now

I'm headed to the National section and the 2020 presidential campaign. So I want to say farewell. → Read More

Rumors swirl but Bryce Harper’s market remains far blurrier than Manny Machado’s

Club sources confirmed a meeting between Nationals ownership, Harper and agent Scott Boras had taken place. The sides have had contact since the Winter Meetings. → Read More

In baseball, mental coaches were once seen as for the ‘weak-minded.’ Now they’re essential.

It's a new era for MLB, one in which the league is embracing mental health and star players are coming to rely on the benefits. → Read More

The Nationals overhauled their roster for youth, speed and energy. Will it pay off?

The retooled Washington Nationals are younger and faster. Will they be better? → Read More

The Nationals overhauled their roster for youth, speed and energy. Will it pay off?

Washington will look much different in 2019 against a far more competitive division. → Read More

Nationals seem unlikely to wait long to fill pitching void left by Tanner Roark trade

Which starting pitchers might Washington target to replace Roark? → Read More

The winter meetings are over. The Nationals’ work is not.

Washington made moves and made plans, but got no resolution on Bryce Harper. → Read More

Scott Boras held court on Bryce Harper, revealing little and ruling out nothing

The suger-agent made his pitch for more than an hour Wednesday, while Harper sits and waits for his megadeal. → Read More

The Nationals weren’t interested in adding a second baseman, until they were

Washington is hunting a second baseman, and the team likes D.J. LeMahieu. → Read More

Nationals’ chief revenue and marketing officer named Flyers’ president of business operations

Valerie Camillo had been with the Nationals since 2014. → Read More

Scott Boras didn’t like what he heard from Mark Lerner about Bryce Harper

Boras raised concerns that the owner's recent radio interview, in which he said the Nationals' $300 million contract offer to Harper was "the best we can do," violated the collective bargaining agreement. The Nationals believe that claim is unfounded. → Read More

Nationals welcome left-hander Patrick Corbin, their biggest bet in years

The Nationals announced one of their biggest acquisitions in recent history when Patrick Corbin donned his jersey. → Read More

Nationals owner Mark Lerner on Bryce Harper: ‘I think they’ve decided to move on’

The Nationals' managing principal owner seemed resigned Friday to Harper leaving the team in free agency. → Read More

Ryan Zimmerman: ‘I don’t think it’s any secret I’d like to finish' career with Nationals

The first face of the franchise is entering the last guaranteed year of his contract. → Read More

Nationals agree to deal with two-time all-star pitcher Patrick Corbin

Washington wooed the biggest prize of the pitching market and checked off another box on its offseason checklist. → Read More

For Dave Martinez to see improvement, it’ll come down to the little things

The coaches have talked about changes in priorities, and they plan to implement them in spring training. → Read More

Howie Kendrick, possible second base solution, hopes to be ready for spring training

Washington's plans at second base will largely depend on Kendrick's health. → Read More

‘Where’s Bryce going to sign?’

No one with the team, including General Manager Mike Rizzo and Manager Dave Martinez, had any answers. → Read More